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Northern Ireland. Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. [DHSSP] (2011) A guide to understanding the effects of parental mental health on children and the family. Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. 13 p.

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The Reform Implementation Team was established by the then Minister for Health, Social Services and Public Safety to drive forward a change agenda for child protection services in Northern Ireland, based on a Care Pathway approach. A key area of responsibility is the development, piloting and implementation of a single assessment framework, including risk assessment and mental health needs component, for Children in Need across Northern Ireland (UNOCINI).

This document looks strengthening the recognition and understanding of mental health needs, and raise awareness of interrelated issues. The document looks some issues in the areas of: infant mental health, adult mental health, and addictions and substance misuse.


Item Type:Evidence resource
Publication Type:Guideline
Drug Type:Alcohol or other drugs in general
Intervention Type:AOD disorder, AOD disorder harm reduction
Source:DHSSP
Date:2011
Pages:13 p.
Publisher:Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety
Corporate Creators:Northern Ireland. Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety
Place of Publication:Belfast
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Accession Number:HRB (Electronic Only)
Subjects:G Health and disease > State of health > Mental health
L Social psychology and related concepts > Marital relations > Family and kinship > Family structure > Family support
L Social psychology and related concepts > Marital relations > Family and kinship > Family relations > Family role > Role of parent
L Social psychology and related concepts > Marital relations > Family and kinship > Family relations > Parent-child relations
T Demographic characteristics > Child of person who uses substances
VA Geographic area > Europe > Northern Ireland

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